Construction of Living’s 1st Residential Project in Buda Begins
Living, Wing’s umbrella brand specializing in residential properties, is launching its first residential park project in Budapest's District XIII, on Pünkösdfürdő utca, close to the popular Római part section of the Danube bank, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Római Park will have 257 units with efficiently designed floor plans and lots of natural light. Sizes will vary from 28-39 sqm practical studio apartments to grand, 81-105 sqm, four-bedroom flats, all with a special focus on sustainability. Sales are expected to start in December 2022, and the residential park is scheduled to be completed in the second half of 2024.
The building will include various environmentally friendly aspects. The units will be energy-efficient, with an AA+ energy rating thanks to a cutting-edge heat pump system using only renewable energy and an exceptionally thick, 14 cm layer of insulation.
In addition, ceiling heating and cooling panels will provide thermal comfort. Triple-glazed plastic-framed doors and windows will be installed for more effective heat and sound insulation, which will lead to lower utility costs for residents.
“Living has been offering energy efficient, newly built homes with community services in District XIII. Its first residential park in Buda, Római Park, is near the river Danube, and is an excellent choice for families as there is a playground, a kindergarten, and several schools nearby. In the design phase, we put special emphasis on sustainability and cost efficiency, and we will, of course, provide unique services to the building’s residents," says János Martin, Wing's deputy CEO and Living's director of residential development.
We will do this through our professional service company, LIVING Service: its services range from tasks related to the property to community services offered in our residential parks and tailored smart home functions,” he adds.
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